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How do you figure this equation?68 x t/60= 60 (t +7/60) t+7 is all over 60I understand the right side of the equal sign, but not the left.

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How do you figure this equation?

68 x t/60= 60 (t +7/60) t+7 is all over 60

I understand the right side of the equal sign, but not the left.

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Step 1

Refer to the question, 68 x t/60= 60 (t +7/60), t+7 is all over 60.
As the LHS of the equation simply means 68 is multiplied with (t/60).
That is,

LHS 68
60
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LHS 68 60

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Step 2

And the right hand side is of the equation is,

60(1+7)
RHS
60
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60(1+7) RHS 60

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Step 3

The equation form...

60(1+7)
68x
60
60
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60(1+7) 68x 60 60

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